American actor and political activist, Danny Glover arrives in Ghana on Tuesday, August 20.
The actor is in Ghana as a part of a delegation of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) for ‘Jamestown to Jamestown’.
‘Jamestown to Jamestown’ is part of activities to mark the Year of Return. This year is exactly 400 years since the first black slaves landed in Jamestown Virginia in the US.
In an interview with Dentaa Amoateng, he said is wonderful to be in Ghana, a significant moment for him and there are a lot of questions to ask ourselves right now about the state of Africa including Africa.
”African descendant need to come to Ghana all over the hemisphere within South America, North America, Canada .. it’s a significant moment, 400 years’’
‘’It is our responsibility of the Africa descendant to talk about Africa and the rest of the world’’.
Danny Glover and his team are expected to spend 10 days in Ghana and they will enjoy rich cultural, spiritual and cathartic experiences.